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We at Advocates believe that young people have the right to accurate, age-appropriate, complete information about their sexual health. We also believe that they have the right to that information in whatever form they can get it.

Approximately 89% of young people credit the Internet as their primary source for sexual health information. So why are organizations that provide young people with tools to safeguard their health, being censored by big tech companies?

Tell Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Yahoo, and Google, to change their restrictive policies that prevent the promotion of effective sexual health messages.

Advocates for Youth knows first hand that when sexual health organizations purchase ads on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, they are often forced to water down their messages. Or worse, the ads are flat out rejected. Denying young people potentially life-saving information is stigmatizing, unethical, and harmful.

It’s time for these tech giants to stop contributing to the shame and stigma of surrounding youth and healthy sexuality. Young people have the right to access information and services to protect their sexual well-being, and that’s why we support this petition. Will you join us and sign today?

 

Tweet now!Tell tech giants to stop contributing to the shame & stigma of youth’s healthy sexuality. Sign this petition: http://chn.ge/1zYdYBV

 

 

leftIt’s time for these tech giants to stop contributing to the shame and stigma of surrounding youth and healthy sexuality. Young people have the right to access information and services to protect their sexual well-being, and that’s why we support this petition. Will you join us and sign today? http://chn.ge/1zYdYBV

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